Find AA Meetings in Sandyston, New Jersey

Find AA meetings in Sandyston, New Jersey to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in New Jersey includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Sandyston, New Jersey AA meetings

Situated in Sussex County, New Jersey, United States, Sandyston consists of a large number of citizens that are slaves to the excessive use of alcohol. It is very mandatory to address this issue because alcohol addiction can hold people back from nurturing their potential and achieving many great things. Alcoholics Anonymous, founded in the United States in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith, is a voluntary fellowship of men and women who were formerly addicted to alcohol. Alcoholics Anonymous New Jersey is a huge community containing thousands of members. AA meetings NJ are organized locally and only accept contributions that are provided from members or people attending the meetings. AA meetings in Sandyston provide an environment where individuals with similar problems connect and help each other. Members would be able to understand that they are not alone in this exhausting journey. These meetings create the perfect opportunities for alcohol users to make new and stable relationships. They also follow the 12 step approach, a guideline that gives members an insight on how to care for themselves and avoid possible setbacks such as relapse. An individual must set a goal while first joining the AA community as his or her success would be dependent on it. An individual may set a goal of only decreasing their alcohol intake while another decides to totally quit it. Even though these two individuals would take different roads, the AA community would be there for both individuals and help them in any way so they achieve their goal.

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